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Canopy Airport Parking Announces New Mobile App

Canopy Airport Parking announced today the release of the company’s new mobile app in the iTunes App Store. COMMERCE CITY, COLORADO (PRWEB) OCTOBER 04, 2016 – Canopy Airport Parking announced today the release of the company’s new mobile app in the iTunes App Store. “This is an exciting day for Denver International Airport travelers,” said Lesley Byram, director of sales and marketing for Canopy Airport Parking. “Canopy’s new mobile app both simplifies and enhances the airport parking process for our guests. This saves them time and alleviates the stress that is sometimes associated with airline travel, providing an assured parking experience.” Canopy Airport Parking’s mobile app is a free download and allows the user to utilize the company’s shuttle bus locator, which will display to the guest if and when a shuttle bus is available for them at both the East and West terminals of Denver International Airport. The app also allows for travelers to manage their parking reservations and request shuttle pickup when their flight returns. “The main purpose of our mobile app is to leverage technology to the benefit and convenience of our customers,” continued Byram. “People won’t have to wait outside in the cold for a shuttle bus because they will know exactly when to expect the arrival of the next shuttle. Plus the app features exclusive deals on parking, and we all know everyone likes to save money whenever possible.” Canopy’s mobile app was developed locally by Never Settle, which is a sister company of Garlic

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Shooting for Net-Zero

Shooting for Net-Zero (Parking.org) – Our next Earth Day post comes from Propark America about one of the greenest parking facilities in the country: From the beginning, Canopy Airport Parking at Denver International Airport was meant to be the most sustainable parking lot on the planet, and it has exceeded that expectation. Canopy Airport Parking is Certified LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council, and is a certified Green Garage Pioneer by the Green Parking Council. The 40-acre lot is made from a number of sustainable or recycled materials. The pavement was made from recycled roof shingles, while the building steel is made from recycled cars. Canopy has almost a net-zero carbon footprint, and is at least 80 percent more energy efficient than comparable facilities around the world. The facility’s LED lights take up only 20 percent of a normal light fixture, yet the facility runs on almost no electricity since it is primarily supported by an on-site solar field. Canopy also offers eight free on-site Juice Bar electric vehicle charging stations. Aside from pioneering parking sustainability and raising the bar for parking facilities throughout the world, Canopy’s business model also succeeded. Since opening in 2010, occupancy has skyrocketed with revenues well above projected levels. Continue the discussion and submit your own stories and blogs here. – See more at: http://www.parking.org/2016/04/22/shooting-net-zero

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Denver Airport Parking Myths Busted

Not too long ago, we came across an article that said an Uber ride cost a customer over $600 to get to the airport – no joke.

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Kona Coffee and Canopy Airport Parking

Most people when flying to Hawaii and back take more than they need, so luggage and airport travel is a little more cumbersome. Canopy Parking to the rescue with their indoor valet service. Pull up, hand over the keys, leave the heavy lifting of the luggage to the pros. With 4200 spaces and the ability to make a reservation for your preferred level of service, and option for every traveler. And, it’s a certified Green Garage operation and generates some of it’s own electricity. Read more here.

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Canopy Airport Parking Announces Electric Vehicle Charging Initiatives

Commerce City – As part of National Drive Electric Week, Propark America has announced that its Canopy Airport Parking facility is offering new EV charging programs to guests and area residents. “As electric vehicles continue to grow in popularity, it is particularly important to scale infrastructure to meet the demand for EV charging,” said Lesley Byram, director of sales and marketing for Canopy Airport Parking. “Since Canopy is a sustainable facility, it makes a lot of sense for us to carry the torch in that regard to ensure that we do our part to further the electric vehicle revolution.” Canopy Airport Parking will be unveiling their 5280 EV Club, which will avail members free charging services at Canopy’s Juice Bar charging stations and a generous thirty percent discount on Denver Airport Parking. Additionally, Canopy will offer a quick charge service for electric vehicles, where people will only pay for the applicable parking fee during the time that it takes for their car to charge. “Our calculations show that the average cost for our quick charge service offering will only be a few dollars,” continued Byram. “People will be able to stop at Canopy Airport Parking, pull into the facility and charge their vehicle for a fraction of the cost of filling up a conventional vehicle gas tank. We’ll be looking to promote awareness of these offerings through partnerships with local EV organizations and entities, such as Drive Electric Northern Colorado and the Denver Electric Vehicle Club.” Canopy Airport Parking, which

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Canopy Airport Parking Announces Exclusive Partnership with Air Force Academy

Parking Discounts at DIA for Air Force

Commerce City – Propark America announced today that its Canopy Airport Parking facility, servicing Denver International Airport, has partnered with the Air Force Academy in nearby Colorado Springs. “We are so honored to partner with the Air Force Academy,” said Lesley Byram, director of sales and marketing for Canopy Airport Parking. “As a Colorado company, we realize that it’s not about forming as many partnerships as possible, but rather forming meaningful partnerships with the right local organizations and entities. Our Air Force Academy partnership embodies this philosophy.” As part of the exclusive partnership, Canopy Airport Parking will become the Official Parking Sponsor for all Air Force Academy football, basketball and hockey games for the 2015-2016 season. Additionally, all Air Force Academy faculty, staff, students and alumni will have access to an exclusive discount for Denver Airport parking at Canopy. This exclusive discount is similar in nature to Canopy’s existing military discount and the company’s “Heroes Discount” for first responders. “This partnership with Canopy Airport Parking is one that we’re very excited about,” said Miles Mathieu, Chief Financial Officer of the Air Force Academy Athletic Corporation. “Canopy combines convenience and value into the premium airport parking option at DIA. We were already admirers of the unique facility, so to be able to establish a relationship that extends a discount to our Air Force family is invaluable.” Canopy Airport Parking, which opened in November of 2010, features geothermal heating and cooling, a wind turbine farm, solar panel fields and other advanced technologies,

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Airport parking company offers special discount for first responders

DENVER — Canopy Airport Parking is offering a special discount to first responders, police officers, firefighters and EMT personnel. The company announced the “Heroes Discount” Monday. It’s worth 20 percent off the price of all parking levels at the facility at Denver International Airport. “This discount offering is our way of giving back and thanking those people who put their lives at risk every day for the rest of us,” said Lesley Byram, director of sales and marketing for Canopy Airport Parking. “Canopy always strives to give back to our local community, and we felt that we owed it to these everyday heroes to do something special to show our appreciation.” The discount is the latest benefit under the Canopy Cares charitable outreach program. A similar discount is offered for members of the military. Featured in Fox 31 Denver.

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7 Parking Garages Become First to Achieve Green Garage Certification

Canopy Parking Denver and Green Parking Council

(LAS VEGAS – July 1, 2015) — The Green Parking Council (GPC) today announced the first seven parking facilities in the U.S. to achieve Green Garage Certification, a comprehensive sustainability standard for existing and new parking facilities evaluating 48 elements of garage operation, programs, structure, and technology. The Green Garage Certification program will be delivered and promoted globally by the Green Business Certification, Inc., the certification body for the U.S. Green Building Council’s global LEED® green building rating system. New Green Garages include corporate, university, airport, and hotel facilities in Los Angeles; Metro Washington, D.C.; Denver, Houston; Cambridge, Mass.; and Ithaca, N.Y. The first seven parking facilities to achieve Green Garage Certification are: Garages Category Owner/Manager Location Bank of America Plaza Office Brookfield Los Angeles BG Group Place Office BG Holdco LLC Houston Canopy Airport Parking Airport Och Ziff Capital Management Group Parking Acquisition Ventures (PAVe) Denver Charles Square Garage Hotel Charles Hotel Cambridge, Mass. Forest Home Garage University Cornell University Ithaca, N.Y. Silver Spring Metro Plaza Office Brookfield Metro Washington, D.C. (Silver Spring, Md.) Westpark Corporate Center Office JLL(Property Manager) Metro Washington, D.C. (Tysons, Va.) “Cars are getting smarter, people are getting smarter, and parking garages are getting smarter,” explains Paul Wessel, executive director of the GPC, an affiliate of the International Parking Institute. “The greening of parking facilities transforms them into enablers of sustainable mobility. Certified Green Garages offer significant benefits for drivers, tenants, building owners, property managers, and society overall.” Launched in 2015, Green Garage Certification recognizes

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Propark America and Canopy Airport Parking Expand Partnership with E-470

E-470 Discount from Canopy Airport Parking near DIA

Propark America announced in a ribbon-cutting event Wednesday morning (March 25) that its Canopy Airport Parking facility, servicing Denver International Airport, has expanded its partnership with the E-470 Public Highway Authority to offer non-stop automated billing to ExpressToll customers. ExpressToll is the automated toll billing system used by E-470, the Northwest Parkway and CDOT’s Express Lanes. ExpressToll account holders who register their transponder number (not their billing account number) with their Canopy 5280 frequent parker account will now be able to enter and exit the facility without stopping, in addition to saving 25% on parking. Parking charges will be billed to the customer’s 5280 account with Canopy, not to the customer’s ExpressToll account. Billing to Canopy’s 5280 members’ accounts will utilize the same transponder used on E-470. This exclusive automation will allow for swift entrance and exit from Canopy Airport Parking, which is currently the only off-site Denver International Airport parking facility to utilize this technology. Canopy installed the equipment, although it was aided with counsel and vendor referrals from E-470. “We’re really excited about this latest step in the evolution of our partnership with E-470,” said Lesley Byram, director of sales and marketing for Canopy Airport Parking. “The technology upgrade that was deployed at our facility is going to be a guest convenience that we believe will be very well received by the public. “Through our long-standing partnership with E-470, we’ve learned that people sign up for ExpressToll because they want convenience and they want value,” continued Byram. “Canopy

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E-470 toll technology will soon work for Denver airport parking

Entrance to Canopy Parking

E-470 toll technology will soon work for Denver airport parking, too – Denver Business Journal Drivers signed up with E-470’s ExpressToll automatic tolling system will soon have easier access to a private parking facility near Denver International Airport. Under a new partnership between the E-470 Public Highway Authority and Canopy Airport Parking, a 4,200-space parking facility at 8100 Tower Road, drivers who have an E-470 ExpressToll account and transponder can link that account to Canopy’s 5280 Club membership card for automatic billing at the parking facility and a 25 percent discount. The program starts Wednesday. See the original article here See another article here from 9news

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